This report evaluates how well ALGOL 68, JOVIAL J3B, PASCAL, SIMULA 67, and TACPOL satisfy the Department of Defense requirements for high order computer programming languages, as described in A Common Programming Language for the Department of Defense -- Background and Technical Requirements, Institute for Defense Analyses, Arlington, Va., Paper P-1191, June 1976, known informally as the TINMAN. The body of this evaluation report consists of stating for each TINMAN requirement (e.g., A6. Arrays) the degree to which each language satisfies the requirement (e.g., Not Satisfied), together with a justification for this evaluation, keyed to language reference documents. Bibliographic references to these documents are found at the beginning of Section 2, where each language's deficiencies are summarized. The remainder of Section 2 consists of the detailed language evaluations. Each evaluation begins by quoting relevant parts of the TINMAN requirement, and then each language is evaluated separately with respect to that requirement.